While all the announcements of this last week or so mean there's likely little surprise left for E3, Sony at least could be readying a cheeky announcement for its press ...
Multi-platform indie game hit Terraria is heading to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this year, published 505 Games has announced.
A trio of former Irrational developers have announced the formation of Day For Night Games, with the new indie studio already providing early details on its first project.
Watch Dogs has sold more than 4m units in its first week, Ubisoft has announced.
Disney has released a new Marvel Avengers Alliance game, although it’s only available on Facebook.
Lionhead has (more or less) confirmed a PC release for Fable Anniversary.
Sega has said that both versions of Sonic Boom will be released in the UK in November.
Rocksteady has said that Batman: Arkham Knight will not be released in late 2014 a previously stated.
Crysis developer Crytek has announced its second title in as many days.
The first ever 4.0GHz CPU from Intel is on the way.
E3 organisers ESA says it is dramatically increasing the size of its mobile and social games pavilion at this year’s show.
It all started with a mod. Well, actually, that’s not necessarily true.
Developer collective The Outer Heaven says that Konami has given it permission to re-make 1987’s original Metal Gear.
UK developer Sumo Digital is heading up the Xbox 360 version of Forza Horizon 2.
A new first-party Sony studio called Pixelopus is set to be revealed at E3 along with its upcoming debut game.
The processing cost of outputting high-end graphics on iOS devices is to be reduced.
Developer Milestone has announced the latest effort in its motorcycle racing sim franchise MotoGP is set to release in Europe later this month, with a North American release said to ...
Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare will launch on both PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 hardware in August, developer PopCap has confirmed.
Military-themed shooter sequel Arma 3 has sold more than 1m copies since its initial release, developer Bohemia Interactive has announced.
The latest entry in the Mario Kart series has already sold 1.2m units across the globe, says Nintendo.